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Anchoring the west end of Lake Street, 6 Smith, owned by restaurateur, Randy Stanley, delivers. Delicious meats, great bar, the best lake view in Wayzata with a contemporary flair
Experience the California beach-side, and endless summer vibe. Enjoy the tequila and mezcal-centric cocktails while delighting in the chef-driven menu and flavors of Cali-Mex.
Gavin Kaysen’s French bakery and bistro serves handcrafted breads and pastries from its counter-serve cafe alongside an elegant dinner menu of french classics and seafood platters.
D'Amico and Sons
D'Amico & Sons offers flavorful and fresh Italian pasta, pizza from the wood-burning oven, grill entrees, gourmet salads and antipasti, sandwiches, seafood, soup, desserts.
The Dough Room
From warm small plates like grilled romaine to the classic margarita pizza and savory raviolo, Chef Alex Dayton creates dishes to satisfy every palette.
Welcome to Paris - in Wayzata, that is! The shop with the antique pink door is home to our local chocolatier, Kathy Ehrman. She and her team create amazing chocolate delicacies.
Chefs create innovative and imaginative menu items that include a diverse array of seasonally-driven appetizers, small plates, and entrees. Truly a feast for the eyes and palette.
Sakana Asian Cafe
With probably the best view of Wayzata Bay, Sakana provides a relaxing setting. With three Asian cuisines on the menu, the chefs create incredibly tasty and beautiful dishes.
Known for exceptional sushi and a lengthy Japanese whiskey and sake menu, this Wayzata gem should be on everyone's list.
Wayzata Bar & Grill
The "Muni", as locals call it, has been around for over 100 years in one location another. The food is delicious and the vibe is local and fun!
Wuollet Bakery is an award winning family business since 1944. Products made daily include, danish/donuts, muffins/pastries, breads, cakes, cookies/bars, sandwiches and soups.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and are non- refundable.
Absolutely not! Our tours combine historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique 3-hour experience. Imagine walking through town eating local artisans’ tastiest foods while gathering insider’s tips from real locals.
If you indicate your restriction on the information form when purchasing your ticket (e.g. vegetarian, food allergy, gluten free etc.) we can accommodate your needs on the daytime tours. Unfortunately, on the Happy Hour Tour, it is not possible to accommodate gluten-free diets at many of our restaurants; vegetarian diet is easy to accommodate.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
Gratuities are always appreciated, though not mandatory and not included in your ticket price. If you had a great time our tour guides gratefully accept gratuities. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 18%-20%.
Restaurant staff gratuity is included in your tour ticket price.
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Jo-Anne Reske Kirkman, Orono, MN
What a delightful way to dine in Wayzata! Learning about the history of place, meeting new friends while sampling a delicious variety of cocktails, appetizers, main courses AND desserts is a wonderful way to enjoy the good life at the some of the fabled restaurants on Lake Minnetonka!